Happy Easter Year Six! Have a great break, have fun and eat lots of Easter eggs! :-)
To our wonderful Year Six classes and all of your families,
Wishing you all a lovely Easter break. Thank you once again for all of your hard work and support over the past few weeks, we have been so impressed with your effort and dedication.
There will not be any daily home learning tasks posted for the next two weeks. We would like you to take the time to relax, unwind and spend time with the family members in your household. If you wish to do so, there are some Pick n Mix activities on our main class page and some fun ideas below if you do want to keep yourself busy.
Have a lovely Easter and we'll be back after the break with more fun home learning activities and projects.
Mrs Comerford, Mrs Dermody and Mrs Oldroyd x
Some boredom-busting Easter ideas (just for fun!):
Create an Easter hunt around your house for your family (it doesn't have to be eggs!)
Write a letter/card or send a video to a family member or friend you can't see right now
Create your own board/card/sport game and challenge your family to play with you
Learn a new skill or practice an old one
Have a family Easter talent contest
Cook or bake something you've never eaten before
Paint or draw your favourite places in your local area
Write or film a review of your favourite film, TV show or book
Write a diary
Create a memory box or scrapbook
Make a family tree
Help with the jobs around the house
Design your own obstacle course or workout
Remember to look at the Pick n Mix homework on the previous page too.
Daily Home Learning Page
Welcome to your Daily Learning Page!
Here you will find lots of activities from Maths to English to Science to creative fun! This page has been designed to help you organise your day so that you can continue to learn and flourish!
Please note: The daily English, Maths, Topic and Well-Being activities will be removed each evening and replaced with the activities for the following day. We advise that you download the learning for each day.
Below is a typical timetable that can help you plan out your day:
6 a-day Maths
Well done for completing your 6 a-day maths challenges this week!
Daily Maths Task
4 a-day Grammar
Daily English Task.
Reading For Pleasure
Read your favourite book, comic, magazine or newspaper. Reading helps you relax so make sure you're reading something you enjoy.
Some ideas of websites which can be used to find new and interesting things to read:
Don't forget to check out your favourite author's websites too and please share any books you are enjoying on our class Twitter page.
Spelling Shed & Times Tables Rock Stars
You can access these website through the links below:
If you forget your log in details for spelling shed or TTRS, please email your teachers for your log in information.
Below you can download:
- A TTRS 3 minute challenge sheet for you to complete at home. Please only complete one per day.
- Here is the link for the timer and playlist for TTRS
What do you think these Italian people in the poster are doing at their window?
Did you take part in #clapforourcarers to thank and celebrate NHS workers? Or, have you seen videos of this?
What did you think/feel about this?
Take a look below at what others are doing in different parts of the world to remain positive
Look at the resource below and the examples of communities coming together.
What does community mean to you?
Does this fit with your definition of community?
Are you part of a community?
Can you be part of more than one community?
Can you list the communities you are part of?
what is being done to spread positivity in your community?
Can you think of ways that people have helped each other during our current situation?